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Sewing Victorian Doll Clothes: Authentic Costumes from Museum Collections

by Michelle Hamilton

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Dolls with Shoulderplates; French Fashion Dolls; German Composition Ladies
  SHCG | Oct 4, 2011 |
Good range of patterns and pictures- very helpful book- esp. for ideas and modifications ( )
  ReadingKnitter01 | Jun 25, 2008 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 188737406X, Hardcover)

These vintage dolls from museum collections trace the history of the 19th century fashion by examining t he changing styles of its miniture counterparts. Whether you ''re a collecter, dresser or sewer, enjoy discovering the wor ld of doll''s clothing. '

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Tracing the history of 19th century fashion, this book examines the changing styles in miniature, showing how to make Victorian dolls' clothes. It is designed for the collector, home dresser or sewer.

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